Picayune City Council meets Tuesday
Published 7:00 am Saturday, February 1, 2014
Special to the Item
The Picayune City Council meets Tuesday in the council’s chambers at Picayune City Hall.
Included on the agenda are:
Consider the consent agenda:
— Minutes of the Jan. 21 meeting.
— Monthly budget report.
Consider the docket.
Consider new business:
— Receipt of signed Proclamation of Existence of Local Emergency caused by the severe winter weather event as issued by city manager’s authority in combination with the Governor’s proclamation.
— Request to apply for a Technical Assistance Grant with the Mississippi Department of Health’s Office of Tobacco Control.
— Request to participate in the Senior Community Service Employment Program.
— Request to award Norwood/Magnolia Utility Relocate Projnect to the lowest and best bidder, T.L. Wallace Construction.
— Request to submit application for Transportation Alternative 2014 Safe Routes to School Program-Roseland Park Elementary School.
— Request to submit application for Transportation Alternative 2014 Safe Routes to School Program-South Side Elementary School.
— Request to submit application for Transportation Alternative Project 2014-Enhancement of Existing Hospital Site.
— Out of state travel for Police Chief Bryan Dawsey, Capt. Jeremy Magri and City Manager Jim Luke to attend ROCIC training conference March 2-5 in Gatlinburg, Tenn.
— Request to surplus for auction property with proceeds to go to Special Police Drug Fund.
— Request to accept $137 check from B & S Air, Inc., for use of airport.
Consider miscellaneous council members business.
Hear citizens’ concerns.
Consider going into executive session, no information listed.